Mexican Investments In Peru Reach $14 Billion US Dollars


The Minister of International Relations, Néstor Popolizio, participated today in the inauguration of the Business Forum “Infrastructure, Mining and Current Affairs”, where he announced that investments between Peru and Mexico have expanded during the last decade, making Peru Mexico’s fifth commercial partner in the region.

Investments between both countries are becoming more attractive. The foreign minister said that Mexican investments in Peru amount to more than $14 billion US dollars”, Perú 21 said.

Popolizio considers that both countries have high opportunities to continue investing.

On the other hand, the Pacific Alliance has achieved concrete achievements such as the integration of the Latin American stock market, which will allow all member countries to issue bonds.

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